Background. The Palm Colony Board of Directors has formed an Architectural Review Committee (ARC) to assist with the review of requests by unit owners contemplating certain repairs, changes, replacements or additions to their unit and/or which affect limited common elements or common elements of the Palm Colony Association (PCA). Requirements concerning such review and approval are outlined in the Association’s Declaration of Condominium document.
Guidance to owners. Click here for the ARC review procedure: Palm Colony Architectural Review Procedures. Project Specifications have been developed to help guide owners in requesting review and approval for certain repairs, changes, replacements or additions to their unit and/or which affect limited common elements or common elements of the Association.
Pelican Landing. The Pelican Landing Community Association (PLCA) may also require their approval before unit owners can move forward with certain types of projects, particularly if the proposed project can be seen from outside of the unit.
The unit owner must directly contact PLCA to request forms and approval for the proposed project.
Cathy Avenatti, Director of Covenant Enforcement can be reached at:
The main PLCA Exterior Change form is available below:
Questions? If you have questions about a project you are contemplating or the need for PCA review and approval, please contact Alliant Property Management. The Palm Colony Community Association Manager can be reached during regular business hours either: by phone: 239-454-1101
or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Palm Colony has developed a number of "project specifications" to assist owners who are considering certain types of additions, replacements or changes to their units and/or which affect limited common elements or common elements of the Association.
Please click on the any of the following items to see Project Specifications:
A General Architectural Review Form is linked below for use by unit owners
for requests/projects that are more straight-forward and limited in scope.
Complex requests/projects like those noted above will require the submission of more detailed information,
and may even require owners to execute a: Covenant to Run With the Land that would be filed with Lee County.